New Music – November 15, 2019

NEW RELEASES Out November 15, 2019 (now):


Lady Antebellum: Ocean
is the eighth studio album by country pop trio Lady Antebellum. Lady Antebellum’s collaboration with Little Big Town, “The Thing That Wrecks You,” is one of 13 songs on Ocean, Lady A’s first record with Big Machine Label Group. Rising artist Tenille Townes is one of the song’s co-writers, along with Daniel Tashian and Kate York. “There’s this theme of returning to the core of who we are – as writers, vocalists and people – that came out in each of these songs,” Lady Antebellum member Dave Haywood explains. “Our time in the studio with Dann had an excitement that felt like we were making our first album all over again.”



Ronnie Wood & His Wild Five : Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry
Ronnie Wood will honor one of his musical heroes with Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry. The album, released on November 15, 2019 is the first installment of a series of three albums Wood plans to record that pays tribute to those who influenced him.
Recorded in 2018 at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne, England, Mad Lad finds Wood and His Wild Five interpreting nine Berry classics, including “Johnny B. Goode,” “Back in the U.S.A.”and “Little Queenie,” with Irish singer Imelda May guesting on three other tracks.
The album also features the Wood-penned “Tribute to Chuck Berry” and “Worried Life Blues,” a Maceo Merriweather song that Berry released as the B-side to “Bye Bye Johnny.”



The Band: 50th Anniversary EXPANDED
Digitally remixed, remastered and expanded two CD edition. In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Band’s sophomore album, the band releases this version featuring a new stereo mix of the album by Bob Clearmountain, the previously unreleased complete Live At Woodstock performance from 1969, and 13 bonus tracks including six previously unreleased outtakes and alternate versions.



Bonnie Prince Billy: I Made A Place
Bonnie Prince Billy is the man who is destined to sing a darkness for the rest of time – but not now. Not today. For I Made a Place, his first album of new songs since 2011, he is bringing the lightness to new- and next-generations as well as his longtime friends and fans. It’s a message we dearly need. With a hometown band supplying him the space to be as spare or as expansive as he needs to be, Bonny draws inspiration from a world-spanning set of musics, aiming to lift us up with songs meant to inspire, inform, lend confidence and bring warmth to assailed tribes everywhere. A depth of musical joy as only the Prince can deliver!



Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds: Ghosteen
is the seventeenth studio album from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, following 2016’s Skeleton Tree. The album was recorded in 2018 and early 2019 at Woodshed in Malibu, Nightbird in Los Angeles, Retreat in Brighton and Candybomber in Berlin. It was mixed by Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Lance Powell and Andrew Dominik at Conway in Los Angeles. ‘The songs on the first album are the children. The songs on the second album are their parents. Ghosteen is migrating spirit.’ Nick Cave.



Slayer Repentless Killogy
Two CDs. 2019 live release. Revenge, murder, bloodshed, and retribution, the Slayer Repentless Killogy is a perfectly packaged story reflecting these values that most look down upon. This is the story of Wyatt who used to run with the wrong crowd. Wyatt is a former Neo Nazi associated with a gang known as The Hand Brotherhood whose signature mark is a bloody handprint left after a murder had taken place. Wyatt left his gang after he fell in love with Gina, a woman who saved his life after a brush with death from those who wanted revenge on him and his gang. Wyatt and Gina go into hiding to start a family and escape his tarnished past. The Hand Brotherhood are not going to let this happen. The Repentless Killogy Short Film is the combination of music videos from Slayer’s last full-length release Repentless, threaded through a film narrative that ends with Slayer performing a sold-out show at Los Angeles’ iconic Forum. Contain the entirety of the concert, consisting of 21 tracks



Snoop Dogg: I Wanna Thank Me
where he addresses his relationship with Suge Knight – thanks himself, and always has a little fun. Album features the likes of YG, Mustard, Russ, Wiz Khalifa, Swizz Beatz, Slick Rick, Chris Brown, Jermaine Dupri and many others!



Stones.
Two CD + DVD. Bridges To Buenos Aires is the latest concert film release from The Rolling Stones’ archive. The full-length show from their five night sell-out residency at the River Plate Stadium in Argentina’s capital city has been restored in full and features a very special guest appearance from Bob Dylan on ‘Like A Rolling Stone’. Filmed on April 5th 1998, by this point, the band had played to over two million people on the first two legs of the tour in North America and Japan.



FKA Twigs : Magdalene
is the second studio album by English singer and songwriter FKA Twigs. It is her first body of work since her EP M3LL155X (2015), and first full-length record since LP1 (2014) Production was handled by FKA Twigs herself, with producers including Jack Antonoff, Metro Boomin, Nicolas Jaar, Kenny Beats, Oneohtrix Point Never, Jeff Kleinman, Skrillex, Sounwave, and Michael Uzowuru. Includes the singles “Cellophane”, “Holy Terrain” (featuring rapper Future) and “Home with You”.



Gene Clark: No Other
Gene Clark’s 1974 masterpiece gets the reappraisal it’s long overdue. On the eve of what would have been American singer-songwriter and Byrds founding member Gene Clark’s 75th birthday comes the reissue of one of his finest works, No Other. Released in 1974 on Asylum Records, a year after the Byrds short- lived reunion, Gene reached for the stars with No Other; a psychedelic rock, folk, country and soul record that famously cost a small fortune to make. Although received warmly by critics, it flopped and was soon deleted, a failure Gene never came to terms with. However, as The New York Times wrote around the record’s 40th anniversary in 2014, “hindsight has burnished No Other, as it has redeemed other albums that went on to be reconstructed as rock repertory, like Big Star’s Third/Sister Lovers and Lou Reed’s Berlin,” with the album now being increasingly recognized as one of the greatest of it’s time, if not all time. 45 years on and recently remastered at Abbey Road, 4AD are giving No Other the reappraisal it deserves. The original eight track album is being released in a limited run double CD edition in a hardbound book cover is also coming which includes a bonus disc of alternate studio versions of each track plus a recording of “Train Leaves Here This Morning” (an Eagles hit in 1972, written by Gene and Eagles founding member Bernie Leadon). “One of the greatest albums ever made. Initially celebrated for it’s obscurity, No Other is now celebrated for it’s magnificence. It was in every way a magnum opus: epic, sprawling, poetic, choral, rococo.” -The Guardian UK


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